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Funkadelic - Uncle Jam Wants You (1979) [1993, Reissue]  Music

Posted by BlondStyle at Oct. 11, 2017
Funkadelic - Uncle Jam Wants You (1979) [1993, Reissue]

Funkadelic - Uncle Jam Wants You (1979) [1993, Reissue]
R&B, Soul/Funk, Deep Funk | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 41:45 Min | 336,28 Mb
Label: Priority Records, Inc. (USA) | Cat.# P2 53875 | Released: 1993-10-31 (1979-09-21)

"Uncle Jam Wants You" is the eleventh studio album by American funk band Funkadelic. It was originally released by Warner Bros. Records on September 21, 1979, and was later reissued on CD by Charly Groove Records and Priority Records. It was produced by George Clinton under the alias Dr. Funkenstein. It is the first Funkadelic album since America Eats Its Young in 1972 not to sport a cover illustrated by Funkadelic artist Pedro Bell, though Bell did contribute some interior artwork. Uncle Jam Wants You was the second Funkadelic album to be certified Gold. The album peaked at #2 on the Billboard Soul album chart.

Funkadelic - Toys (2008) {Rec. 1970-1974}  Music

Posted by BlondStyle at Sept. 5, 2017
Funkadelic - Toys (2008) {Rec. 1970-1974}

Funkadelic - Toys (2008) {Rec. 1970-1974}
R&B, Soul/Funk, Rock, Psychedelic | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (JPEG) | 51:02 Min | 339,92 Mb
Label: Westbound Records/Ace Records (EU) | Cat.# CDSEWD 133 | Released: 2008-10-27

"Toys" is a compilation consisting of unreleased music by the funk band Funkadelic. It was released by Westbound Records in 2008 and consists of previously unreleased sessions recorded during the band's tenure for Westbound. The album was originally scheduled to be released in 2002, but was delayed numerous times, presumably due to legal issues. The CD also features a video clip of the song "Cosmic Slop", which can only be viewed on a PC.
Parliament-Funkadelic - P-funk All Stars Presents Dope Dogs (1994)

Parliament-Funkadelic - P-funk All Stars Presents Dope Dogs (1994)
Funk | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
P-Vine Records, PCD-1991 | rel: 1994 | 490Mb

George Clinton's most focused album of the '90s slams a barrel of P-Funk down your throat without even giving you the opportunity to swallow. The P-Funk All Stars get a co-credit on this one, bouncing and funking alongside their leader nearly every step of the way. In typical Clinton fashion, Dope Dogs is all over the place: funk, R&B, hip-hop and ass-busting beats cover most of the ground.

Funkadelic - Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On (1974)  Music

Posted by uff at March 13, 2017
Funkadelic - Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On (1974)

Funkadelic - Standing On The Verge Of Getting It On (1974)
Funk | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Westbound, CDSEWM 040 | rem: 1991 | 265Mb

Expanding back out to a more all-over-the-place lineup – about 15 or so people this time out – Funkadelic got a bit more back on track with Standing on the Verge. Admittedly, George Clinton repeats a trick from America Eats Its Young via another re-recording of an Osmium track, namely leadoff cut "Red Hot Mama."

Funkadelic - One Nation Under A Groove (1978)  Music

Posted by uff at Oct. 8, 2015
Funkadelic - One Nation Under A Groove (1978)

Funkadelic - One Nation Under A Groove (1978)
Funk | 1cd | EAC Rip | Ape + Cue + Log | covers
Priority P2 53872 | rel: 1993 | 440Mb

One Nation Under a Groove was not only Funkadelic's greatest moment, it was their most popular album, bringing them an unprecedented commercial breakthrough by going platinum and spawning a number one R&B smash in the title track. It was a landmark LP for the so-called "black rock" movement, best-typified in the statement of purpose "Who Says a Funk Band Can't Play Rock?!"; more than that, though, the whole album is full of fuzzed-out, Hendrix-style guitar licks, even when the music is clearly meant for the dancefloor. This may not have been a new concept for Funkadelic, but it's executed here with the greatest clarity and accessibility in their catalog.

Funkadelic - Hardcore Jollies (1976)  Music

Posted by uff at Aug. 20, 2015
Funkadelic - Hardcore Jollies (1976)

Funkadelic - Hardcore Jollies (1976)
Funk | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Priority 72435-39377-2-0 | rel: 2002 | 370Mb

Funkadelic's major-label jump brought its version of life more into line with Parliament, though the crucial difference between the two – Funkadelic's guitars vs. Parliament's horns – remains intact. Eddie Hazel is missed, as always, but Gary Shider and Mike Hampton do fine work. Whoever peels off the concluding solo at the end of "Comin' Round the Mountain" deserves credit, even if it's sometimes flash for flash's sake. Similar exercises in feedback can be found on the title track and elsewhere, sometimes great, sometimes timekeeping.
Funkadelic - Live: Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan  12th September 1971 (1996)

Funkadelic - Live: Meadowbrook, Rochester, Michigan 12th September 1971 (1996)
Funk | 1cd | EAC Rip | Ape + Cue + Log | covers
Westbound CDSEWD 108 | rel: 1996 | 510Mb

Not released until 1996, this was an unusual gig for the band, which was breaking in a new rhythm section (this may have been this lineup's first show) without much or any rehearsal. You can't tell from this 77-minute disc, which offers a typically amorphous, free-floating set of black rock – which is to say, judged by most standards, it's not typical music at all. Seguing from spaced-out jams to occasional numbers with vocals by George Clinton, and throwing in imaginative improvisations by guitarist Eddie Hazel and keyboardist Bernie Worrell, it sounds something like a combination of Jimi Hendrix, James Brown, and Sun Ra.
VA - A Fifth Of Funk: George Clinton's Family Series Vol. 5 (1993)

VA - A Fifth Of Funk: George Clinton's Family Series Vol. 5 (1993)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 519 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 223 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Funk, Soul | Label: George Clinton Enterprises | # 882137000821 | Time: 01:17:10

A Fifth of Funk is the fifth and final installment of the George Clinton Family Series collection by Parliament-Funkadelic collective members. Compilation producer and P-Funk leader George Clinton gives his final thoughts about the tracks on the album, as well as his feelings on the entire Family Series project, for A Fifth of Funk‍ '​s final track. The title is a play on words of Ludwig van Beethoven's famous Fifth Symphony, as well as Walter Murphy's 1976 disco hit "A Fifth of Beethoven".

Funkadelic - America Eats Its Young (1972)  Music

Posted by uff at May 16, 2015
Funkadelic - America Eats Its Young (1972)

Funkadelic - America Eats Its Young (1972)
Funk | 1cd | EAC Rip | Ape + Cue + Log | covers
Westbound, WBD 772020 | rem: 2005 | 520Mb

A double album and worth every minute of it, America Eats Its Young makes for a freaky, funky, and aware good time. Compared to the endless slabs of double-album dreck that came out around the same time from all sources, here Funkadelic brought life, soul, and much more to the party. With George Clinton credited only for arranging and producing, here the mad cast he brought together went all out. Bernie Worrell in particular now had a new importance, credited as co-arranger with Clinton as well as handling string and horn charts on a number of songs.

Funkadelic - Cosmic Slop (1973)  Music

Posted by uff at May 9, 2015
Funkadelic - Cosmic Slop (1973)

Funkadelic - Cosmic Slop (1973)
Funk | 1cd | EAC Rip | Flac + Cue + Log | covers
Westbound/P-Wine PCD-17060 | rem: 2005 | 330Mb

With a much more stripped-down version of the band, if the credits are to be believed (five regular members total, not counting any vocalists), Funkadelic continued its way through life with Cosmic Slop. A slightly more scattershot album than the group's other early efforts, with generally short tracks (only two break the five-minute barrier) and some go-nowhere ballads, Cosmic Slop still has plenty to like about it, not least because of the monstrous title track.